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Read the rules:

Myself, and the other mods have been very nice and lenient with the rules. We have been deleting threads, and giving out warnings. Some members didn't get the clue and re-posted over and over... Now ANY member buying or selling in this section will be banned... No IF's AND's or BUT's.
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Beginner Forum Rules - EVERYBODY read! (old and new members alike!)

Beginners start here. Once you have 30 worthwhile posts (off topic doesn't count) you may post outside of the Beginner forums. Any "whoring" (posting simply to raise your post count) will return your count to 0, or result in a ban.

These are the rules. Read them. Live by them.

1) Absolutely NO flaming! "Flaming" is an outright attack on a member. ALL questions are encouraged to be asked here, no matter how basic. Members with over 30 posts will be subject to a ONE WEEK ban if caught flaming in this forum (and yes, moderators can read deleted posts). Members with under 30 posts will be subject to a ONE DAY ban.

2) Use appropriate language. Racial or sexual slurs will not be tolerated. A ban will be issued at the discretion of the staff.

3) No items may be sold in the Beginner forums. Any "for sale" threads will be deleted.

4) Temporarily banned members will be PERMANTLY banned if they are found posting on another account.

The rules can and will be added to. Any updates will be marked in the title.

The rules for the overall forum can be found here:
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Flow-Bench results for F/H heads?

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    Flow-Bench results for F/H heads?

    Looking for a database or a collection of F/H Cylinder-Head Flow-Bench results. Does one know where to find a collection of these results, or should we start our own? The reason I need this information is to determine which head I want to use for my build. I've searched Google, H-T and here with no luck.

    I don't know of any offhand, but Bisimoto and Hondafan81 may have some.

    The F22A head has greater flow potential than the other H or F heads. That is why Bisimoto uses it in their record-breaking N/A drag Insight.


      This would be information i would be interested to see.